A Taste Of Africa
Traditional & Modern African CookingBook - 2002 | Rev. ed
Over the past few centuries, the influences of Portuguese, Spanish, and French cuisines have created an entirely new cuisine across the African continent, while African influences have simultaneously travelled to countries such as Brazil, Cuba, Jamaica and the United States. Written by bon vivant and celebrity chef Dorinda Hafner, A Taste of Africa is a tantalising introduction to some of the most exciting, dynamic food in the world. In over 100 traditional and modern recipes from ten countries in Africa, the Caribbean and South America, Dorinda lovingly shows readers how to prepare a wide range of African delights, such as the Moroccan classic Tagine of Lamb with pumpkins, vegetables, fruit and fried bananas. This guide to wholesome and tasty cooking the African way, is illustrated with maps and enlivened folk tales and history.
Publisher: Kent Town : 2002
Edition: Rev. ed
Branch Call Number: ANF 641.596 HAFN
Characteristics: 232 p. : ill. ; 24 cm